Thoughts on Disney+ She-Hulk Series.

Warning: This post contains mild spoilers from episode one of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law from Disney+, proceed with reading at your own risk.

Alright, so first things first… I am a HUGE fan of She-Hulk. As a result, if I come off sounding a bit biased… I cannot help it! She-Hulk is a nickname I have acquired over time because alas, bi-polar and depression disorders run in my family and when I am not on my meds well… um yeah (use your imagination). So being able to relate to her as a strong female in the Marvel universe has always been something I have adored. I have done my best to avoid any and all spoilers about the show and only watched the trailer a couple of times. However, I finally got to get a look at the show myself on Thursday evening with a couple of friends.

I will be honest, from the trailer alone I did not anticipate being in love with the show. I wasn’t even sure that I would like it at all. Yet as the minutes rolled by, I found myself screaming “yasss girl!!” and throwing fist pumps into the air.

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Please, excuse the mess.

I am currently refamiliarizing myself with WordPress after using SquareSpace for several years. As a result, I am trying to edit and clean up the older post that I exported over and finish designing my header image BEFORE making any new post. Thanks for stopping by and I will be sure to make an announcement on Twitter when I have fully relaunched my blog.

Edit: Now that I have finished reformatting some of my older blog entries from the past I just wanted to make one thing clear. They are obviously old posts, so I would say take them with a grain of salt. While some of them are still a good read they do not have much purpose in the year 2022. I am a very different person from when I wrote these entries/articles 😉

Shazam! Not what I expected.

 

I got to see Shazam! almost three weeks early thanks to one of my favorite local conventions “MomoCon”. They hosted a fan event that was first come first serve and thankfully I was there early enough to get a good seat. Now let me get this out of the way…. I’ve never been a huge fan of Shazam as I haven’t read any of the comics and have only seen him here and there watching the “Justice League” cartoon series. That being said, I went into watching this film with low expectations due to unfamiliarity and let’s be real the fact that its a DC live-action film (if you weren’t aware live-action has never been their strong suit there’s a handful of hits among a seas of misses). However, this turned out to be a good film that I wouldn’t have been upset about had I actually purchased a ticket.

I don’t want to spoil anything since it doesn’t officially release until April 5, 2019 but I loved the lighthearted tone throughout. There was humor, a bit of family drama, and a decent amount of action. The last few minutes of the movie really left me satisfied. The audience was clapping and cheering along together in the theater and I got a new idea for a cosplay character. It also held my attention throughout which was a pleasant surprise. I try to go see movies that I know will truly pull me in because on occasion I have been known to nod off if something is boring. It may not be the best DC film ever, but I have no complaints. It was a delight and I’m considering going to see it again.